A group of scientists gathering exotic animals for a theme park uncover Gappa, what they think is a baby dinosaur. After they take it back to the city, its parents come looking for it. You can find out more about this film on its IMDB page. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: kaiju, Japan, monster, sci-fi, dubbed, Gappa
An improved version of "Monster from a Prehistoric Planet" from AIP-TV aka "Gappa, the Triphibian Monster" (1967). The story bears a strong resemblance to British monster movie, "Gorgo" (1961). From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaGappa the Triphibian MonsterJapanese posterDirected byHaruyasu NoguchiProduced byHideo KoiWritten byRyuzo NakanishiGan YamazakiStarringTamio KawajiYôko YamamotoYuji OkadaMusic bySeitaro OmoriCinematographyMuneo UedaEditing byMasanori... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Monster from a Prehistoric Planet, Kaiju, Japanese Science Fiction, Sci-Fi, American International,...
This is the AIP-TV cut of Gamera vs. Barugon with improved color and sharpness. It's generally considered one of the better entries in the series.Gamera vs. BarugonFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaGamera vs. BarugonTheatrical posterDirected byShigeo TanakaProduced byMasaichi NagataWritten byNisan TakahashiStarringKōjirō HongōKyōko EnamiMusic byChūji KinoshitaCinematographyMichio TakahashiEditing byTatsuji NakashizuStudioDaiei FilmDistributed byDaiei Film (Japan)AIP-TV (USA)Release... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Gamera, Barugon, Daiei, Japanese, Kaiju, AIP, American International, Shigeo Tanaka, Kojiro Hongo
aka Gamera vs. Guiron A UFO takes two boys from Earth to another planet where they discover a race of people who can control giant monsters and have plans to take over the Earth. It's up to Gamera to save the day. You can find out more about this film on its IMDB page. There is an AVI of this film here. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Gamera, MST3K, alien, sci-fi, kaiju
In the Middle East, a bomb is set off that creates massive earthquakes. Meanwhile in South Korea, a young couple is about to get married and the tension builds when South Korea sends a space shuttle to investigate the bomb site. The earthquake makes its way to South Korea, caused by a giant monster named Yongary (inspired by a mythical creature in Korean lore). Yongary attacks Seoul and makes his way to the oil refineries where he consumes the oil. A child related to the aforementioned couple... ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Third Eye Cinema, monster, Kaiju, cult film, 1960's, Sci-Fi /Horror